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VP Naidu releases book 'Parliamentary Messenger in Rajasthan'

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VP Naidu releases book 'Parliamentary Messenger in Rajasthan'

VP Naidu releases book 'Parliamentary Messenger in Rajasthan'

Vice President M.

Venkaiah Naidu released a book 'Parliamentary Messenger in Rajasthan' in Delhi on February 05.Speaking at the event, Naidu said, "Members of Parliament must be like role models for other public representatives in conduct and criticism.

Nowadays, the level of debates sometimes gets undermined and the impression of politicians, particularly public representatives, is going down in eyes of people." The book gives insight into initiatives undertaken through the Members of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme (MPLADS) on Dr Abhishek Singhvi's recommendation in Rajasthan.


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